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Listening Technology for Automotive Sound Systems
A procedure for managing listening tests of automotive sound systems is presented. Techniques are selected to reduce listener bias and simplify the listening task. These include comparison to a fixed reference sound, consistent source material, breakdown of the listening task into many independent absolute judgments and adequate listener training. The overall rating is derived from a weighted sum of all of the individual judgments, not listener opinion.
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